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EPISODE 107: MEET LOGAN WOLFRAM (Be Enough Series) It’s time for our Everyday Woman interview! In this episode, Monica talks with Logan Wolfram, curator of the Allume Conference about what it means to #BeEnough even after you’ve followed God’s lead to walk away from something “successful” in the eyes of the world. You’re going to love Logan’s transparency, and you’ll find her willingness to shed expectations remarkably refreshing.

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Episode 12: Logan Wolfram Logan Wolfram joins me for episode 12. She lives in South Carolina with her husband, 2 boys and large dog. Logan is such a likable woman and really is like every girls' girl. I guarantee you will feel like you guys are friends by the end of the show. In her life, she has been a chef, decorator, director of a bloggers conference--even though she wasn't a blogger--and now she is a newly published author.
In our conversation, we talked about what its like to be a work from home mom, her go to dinners, handling disappointments, and what it looks like to cultivate curiosity in your life. We unpack some key points from her new book, Curious Faith: Rediscovering Hope In The God of Possibility. 
Thank you so much for listening this week! I truly want to connect with you. I want to get to know you! Come find me over on Instagram @sarahwbragg --it is really my most favorite place to hang out during the week.
#27: Heartbreaking Haircuts and Laundry on the Lawn with Logan Wolfram Logan Wolfram would give you full access to her pantry if you lived next door. She is a plate-juggling mom and interior decorator turned writer, speaker, and host of the Allume Conference. She is a passionate leader who desires to see women live fully in Christ. 

We chat about:

Her new book Curious Faith
How she handled a surprising piece of mail
Her brother's Chinese wedding
How she is maintaining perspective in the face of a medical diagnosis
Happy Half Hour #27 : Logan Wolfram My guest for The Happy Half Hour #27 is Logan Wolfram. Logan would give you full access to her pantry if you lived next door. She is a plate-juggling mom and interior decorator turned author, speaker, and host of the Allume Conference. She is a passionate leader who desires to see women live fully in Christ. Logan is the author of Curious Faith; Rediscovering Hope in the God of Possibility. She is currently working on her second book which is set to release in Fall 2018. Along with her husband, Jeremy, she divides most of her time between wrangling two inquisitive boys and a 175-pound dog named Titan.  Logan was first on The Happy Hour for episode #57. If you missed her then, make sure to catch up here. In our conversation today, Logan shares about traveling to China with her young kids and consequently, a truancy report. We also talk about our Voxer mastermind group, which we both use to bounce ideas off each other, ask questions and encourage one another in our work.  And Logan gets the usual Happy Half Hour routine, with questions like what advice she likes to give out, what success means to her and where she'd like to live for a year. Y'all enjoy catching back up with Logan, and have a great weekend! {You can listen to the show HERE. And of course, I would love if you would share with your friends. Just use the FB & Twitter links at the end of this post!} Links from the Show I Feel Bad About My Neck by Nora Ephron Logan's Post: A Life Hack That Saves My Sanity (and my leftovers!) Music from Jason Poe Connect with Logan Facebook // Twitter // Instagram Connect with Jamie Facebook // Twitter // Instagram Sponsor: PrepDish Prep Dish is a healthy subscription-based meal planning service. When you sign up, you'll receive an email every week with a grocery list and instructions for prepping your meals ahead of time. After a couple of hours on the weekend, you'll have all of your meals ready for the entire week. You'll save time and have some amazingly delicious meals like Smoky Paprika Chicken Legs with Roasted Carrots, Parsnips & Fennel or Turkey & Zucchini Lasagna. Allison is offering listeners one month for just $4! You can't beat it. Check out PrepDish for this amazing deal! Use code: happyhour
Happy Hour #57: Logan Wolfram Jamie talks with Logan Wolfram about mountain climbing, being a mom and her upcoming book...
Lighten Up #82: Dog Days of Summer with Logan Wolfram We are smack in the middle of the Dog Days of Summer, both literally and on this podcast, and today's guest is Logan Wolfram, author of Curious Faith and friend of the show. Logan has big dogs, and big dogs make big smells. My favorite quote from the show is when Logan says, "You just kind of sign yourself up for these weird things when you have animals." Also, I think this episode wins for most use of the word "humping." To prepare yourself for this episode, ask yourself this, "If your dog eats part of your sandwich, do you throw the rest away, eat it anyway, or serve it to your kids?" Ponder that, and while you do, listen in, and lighten up! Episode sponsor: Today's episode is sponsored by FabFitFun! FabFitFun is a seasonal subscription box with full-size beauty, fitness, fashion, and lifestyle products. It's basically like getting a birthday present in the mail four times a year. It retails for $49.99 but always contains products totaling over $200, and they're giving Lighten Up listeners $10 off your first box when you use code LIGHTENUP at fabfitfun.com. Links from the show: Dog Days of Summer super googley research: Wikipedia National Geographic Farmer's Almanac Almanac.com Check out Logan's book, Curious Faith Find Logan: Facebook Instagram This isn't Logan's make-ahead waffle recipe but this is the one I've been using and it's awesome and easy and my kids think I'm amazing now. Logan's previous visits to Lighten Up: episode 2 episode 31 The Lighten Up Guidelines for Laughing at Life
Lighten Up #2: Logan Wolfram Melanie talks with Logan Wolfram, author of Curious Faith and head of Allume Conference, about how we can bring light to our communities, chopping off her hair and going gluten free, origami, launching her first book, and husbands buying maxipads.
#27: Heartbreaking Haircuts and Laundry on the Lawn with Logan Wolfram Logan Wolfram would give you full access to her pantry if you lived next door. She is a plate-juggling mom and interior decorator turned writer, speaker, and host of the Allume Conference. She is a passionate leader who desires to see women live fully in Christ. 

We chat about:

Her new book Curious Faith
How she handled a surprising piece of mail
Her brother's Chinese wedding
How she is maintaining perspective in the face of a medical diagnosis
02-09 Logan Wolfram - Don't Let Your Voice Get Lost What’s it like to be busy and successful at doing good things that are some people’s dreams, but that come with an unknown cost? Logan was chief steward and curator of the Allume conference for four years. Then she stopped, and the conference ended. Why? Plus, the behind the scenes reality of an event where the one running the event doesn’t always get paid. Also - valuable insight on working with a publisher; find out why a two-book deal might not be a great idea; and sometimes a friend says something so meaningful that it makes you cry - don’t miss the last ten minutes and why Logan is still crying.
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